Leslie Tempest, BScPT

Leslie is a registered physiotherapist. A graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy, she has practiced in a variety of fields and locations including a 3 year stint in England. Her experience is varied but has primarily focused in an out-patient environment and in private practice since 1996. Over the years Leslie has completed many post-graduate training courses.

Her main interests are in biomechanics, manual therapy and preventative education. She also enjoys working with dancers and athletes to overcome injury and develop improved training programs for strength development and injury prevention. Lisa is fully trained in the McKenzie method of mechanical diagnosis and therapy. She is the owner/operator of ProActive Rehab & Sport Injury Centre!

  Mar. 17, 2020

Tips to Achieve and Maintain Health

A wise person once said...we may not control all that happens to us but we do control how we respond. And it turns o...

  Sep. 6, 2016

Return to Sport Following Concussion

Much has been in the news recently about concussions – how best to treat them, how soon to return to sport or work, h...

  Mar. 5, 2015

Memory Problems?

Working with an Occupational Therapist may help to provide other tips and strategies for improving your memory or com...

  Jul 1, 2014

A Real Pain …

Somatoemotional Release (SER), an advanced Cranial Sacral approach, is a treatment approach that works with patients ...

  Jun 3, 2014

Icing an Acute Injury

New research is calling into question long held beliefs and is advising against the use of any anti-inflammatory agen...